Teaser Trailer of the Day: ‘Jurassic World’ is Coming

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When you get excited about a trailer for a trailer… you know it's a big deal.

The first teaser for "Jurassic World" was released this weekend, and while extremely brief, it gives us a few things: a herd of dinos, some weird bubble cars and Chris Pratt.

The story is set 22 years after the disasterous events in the original film, but now it's a "fully functioning dinosaur theme park." With, of course, no problems whatsoever.

The full trailer is scheduled to premiere on Thanksgiving during NBC football, and the film hits theaters June 2015.

New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. With the Catch of the YEAR on Sunday Night Against the Dallas Cowboys

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In their game against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. caught a pass from Eli Manning with just one hand, scoring a touchdown.

Unfortunately the Giants lost 31-28, but that catch though...

"That is absolutely impossible what he just did," said NBC commentator Cris Collinsworth. "That may be the greatest catch I've ever seen in my life.

The NFL tweeted that Odell's catch basically pulled a Kardashian butt.

And it has also inspired some "Things Odell Could Catch" memes on Twitter.

You can watch the full video below:

Video Game Fail of the Day: Epic ‘GTA V’ Traffic Jam

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If you thought your commute to work Monday morning was bad, take a look at this.

Here's what happened to one "Grand Theft Auto V" player when he left the game for a few minutes to go grab some food.

Never before has such horrific violence been so hilarious.

Thanksgiving Anthem of the Day: The Women of SNL are ‘Back Home Ballers’

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Cameron Diaz hosted SNL on Saturday for its Thanksgiving episode, and this might be the best skit of the night.

With the help of Diaz, the women on the cast performed a song about being back home with your parents for the holiday, and - you know - mooching, napping and eating way too much food out of bowls.

That Gif You May Have Heard Was a VII Leak is Fake, But the Real Trailer's Coming to Regal This Weekend

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Gifs and images from the fan-made clip above have been floating around the internet this weekend as leaks from Star Wars VII, but creator Daniel Broadyway confirms his rendering is not the real deal and was made after the news that a real trailer is due out later this week.


If you're hoping to see the real thing, the trailer is to debut at select Regal Cinemas over the weekend:


According to a post now deleted from Regal's website, those select theaters are:

Edwards Irvine Spectrum 22 & IMAX, Irvine CA
Edwards Mira Mesa Stadium 18 IMAX & RPX, San Diego CA
Regal Atlantic Station Stadium 18 IMAX & RPX, Atlanta GA
Regal City North Stadium 14 IMAX & RPX, Chicago IL
Regal Union Square Stadium 14, New York NY
Regal Warrington Crossing Stadium 22 & IMAX, Warrington PA
Regal Pinnacle Stadium 18 IMAX & RPX, Knoxville TN
Edwards Houston Marq'E Stadium 23 IMAX & RPX, Houston TX
Regal Thornton Place Stadium 14 & IMAX, Seattle WA

Heartwarming Video of the Day: 100-Year-Old Woman Sees Ocean for First Time in Her Life

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Ruby Holt spent the majority of her life on a farm in Tennessee, but just before her 101st birthday she finally got to go to the beach.

After discovering she had never been, two employees at her assisted living center applied for a grant through a charity organization called Wish of a Lifetime, which funded her entire trip to the Alabama coast on the Gulf of Mexico.

What did she think after taking a stroll on the sand and putting her feet in the water?

"It's cold."

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Apology of the Day: ‘Lemony Snicket’ Author Sorry for Racist Remarks, Donates Money

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Apology of the Day: ‘Lemony Snicket’ Author Sorry for Racist Remarks, Donates Money
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Talk about a "Series of Unfortunate Events."

Daniel Handler, author of the Lemony Snicket children's books, decided to try out some extremely racist jokes while hosting the 2014 National Book Awards this week. (You can watch the cringeworthy video here.)

He made the controversial remarks after Jacqueline Woodson, who is black, won an award for her book "Brown Girl Dreaming."

"I told you! I told Jacqueline she was going to win," he said. "And I said that if she won, I'd would tell all of you something I learned about her this summer, which is that Jacqueline Woodson is allergic to watermelon. Just let that sink into your mind."

And then he made things even more uncomfortable.

"I said, 'You have to put that into a book.' And she said, 'You put it into a book.' And I said, 'I'm only writing a book about a black girl who is allergic to watermelon if I get a blurb from you, Cornel West, Toni Morrison and Barack Obama saying, 'This guy's OK. This guy is fine.'"

He has apologized twice on Twitter since the debacle. And in the latest apology, he is trying to make up for his faux pas by putting some money towards a charity called We Need Diverse Books, "a grassroots organization dedicated to advocating and supporting non-majority narratives."